Monthly Archives December 2015

GUS G. Releases Brand New Video Featuring AMARANTHE’S ELIZE RYD!

GusG_600In promotion of his current sophomore album release ‘Brand New Revolution’, Ozzy Osbourne / Firewind guitarist GUS G. has just wrapped up a massive touring run, both supporting Kamelot and then successfully hosting guitar clinics all over Europe.

Now, Gus G. is launching a new promotional clip for the album track ‘What Lies Below’, which features Elize Ryd (Amaranthe) on vocals.

The stunning video-clip was once again shot by longtime visual design partner / director Patric Ullaeus (In Flames, Arch Enemy, Within Temptation, etc.)


In addition to further solo shows throughout the end of this year, Gus G...

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images (1)Michael Schenker will embark on a 2016 nationwide UK tour starting at Bilston Robin on Wednesday January 20th 2016.

Schenker will perform tracks from his current studio album ‘Spirit On A Mission’ which features the singles ‘Vigilante Man’ and ‘Live And Let Live’ plus all the MSG, UFO and Scorpions rock classics.

The January 2016 UK tour will feature Schenker’s Temple Of Rock band, comprising ex-Scorpions Herman Rarebell (drums) and Francis Buchholz (bass), Wayne Findlay (guitar, keyboards), and ex-Rainbow vocalist Doogie White.

Michael Schenker’s Temple Of Rock will also headline the first UK rock festival of 2016, the Giants Of Rock Festival held at Minehead between January 29th to February 1st as part of the Butlin’s Big Weekends.



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DEMON’S EYE Feat. DOOGIE WHITE Unveil Promo Video For New Album ‘Under The Neon’!

Demons_eye_coverDemon’s Eye released their album of original songs ‘Under The Neon’ on September 18th.

Doogie comments: “Under the Neon is a high energy album full of exciting and vibrant songs complimented with dynamic performances from everyone. I think it’s just great! Difficult 2nd album? Not at all.

“The band have breathed brand new life into their classic sound. Demon’s Eye play music that is based on the greatest era of rock music: the seventies. It‘s traditional British heavy rock music done by Germans… and a Scotsman.

“It’s for people who love that classic sound where bands experimented and explored with their music and delivered outstanding yet unpretentious musicianship. The wonderful thing is that the sound is classic and the approach is new and fresh...

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COLOUR OF NOISE ‘Can’t Take It With You’ Video Release, Album Details & UK Tour Dates Announced!

bb734946-0ed3-47c2-83e5-7fa2983a5834UK classic rockers COLOUR OF NOISE have released a music video for “Can’t Take It With You“, the track is taken from their self-titled debut album, due to be released on December 4 via Colour Of Noise/Townsendmusic: It will also be available via iTunes, Spotify and Amazon Music.

The video can be streamed here:

The album was produced by Gez Walton and Andy Nixon. All tracks recorded by Gez Walton at Stronghold Studios. Studio Assistant: Paul Lennox. Except ‘Head On’ & ‘Great Day For Rock & Roll’ recorded by Nick Brineat at Rockfield Studios. Mixed by Mike Fraser (Aerosmith, AC/DC, Bad Company, Blue Murder, The Cult, etc.).

Colour Of Noise are a classic rock band from Brighton, England! „We are steeped in the spirit of ...

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HELL IN THE CLUB – ‘Shadow Of The Monster’!

_MMP8015‘Shadow Of The Monster’ is the new album from Hell In The Club. The band features members of acclaimed acts such as Elvenking and Secret Sphere but their music stands out as something totally different: they mix classic hard rock and modern sounds, heavy metal and party songs, fifties rock’n’roll and anything in between.

‘Shadow Of The Monster’, the band’s latest effort, includes their strongest material to date, mixing and taking to the next level the freshness of ‘Let The Games Begin’ with the maturity of ‘Devil On My Shoulder’, with which the band saw rapid growth in popularity.

‘Shadow Of The Monster’ was recorded, mixed and mastered by Simone Mularoni (DGM) at Domination Studios in San Marino and will include a very special cover version of ‘Money Changes Everyt...

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